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juliemartyn posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

Hey Fred

I was just having a general look around the forums and can see there's a lot of history and stories in there.  I was amazed that there were hundreds of comments on the most commented post, going back 10 years or so - obviously a lot more activity at that time.

I was interested that there seemed to be a lot of posts 'removed at author's request' - what's that all about?

Nice to see that active members have recently expanded to the 4 of us ;-)

  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    I'm going to walk around here more now that there's no CAT to hold me back. Lots of minerals and mining and TELLURIDE who's name sounds pretty cool but the town's mostly just expensive. Somebody needs to map this continent more.


    Nicholas R Mann from your bottleneck of the proverbial woods wrote Sedona- Sacred Earth which is amazing. Maybe I could be trained in geomancy and do the landscape over here...


    Otherwise further southwest has a major nexus. I'll have to look it up.


  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    TEENAGER KILLED BY CHICKEN BURGER - what a ludicrous headline I read in the paper today (and this wasn't a tabloid) - a tragic situation for all those involved - but nobody transitions before they are ready - so much blame flying around - so many lessons - perhaps one of these might be something to do with personal accountability and being responsible for ourselves and what happens around us.


  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    I've just been thinking - as we do in quiet moments - and I've just consciously realised that everything in our lives, even our life itself, is a gift and not a right - EVERYTHING, irrespective of whether we judge it as good or bad in the moment. I know it's an old cliche  but all too often we only appreciate something when we lose it  from our lives - even the unpleasant stuff has value - sometimes we need it for a lesson, but we also need to become aware that we don't always need to SUFFER to learn our lessons - in theory, anyhow ;-)


    APPRECIATION is an important key - living in gratitude for what we have, not stressing and obsessing about what we lack.


    Seemed like a bit of an insight for me .... just thought I'd share ;-)


     


  • fredburks's picture
    12 months ago

    Yes, Julie. I fully embrace seeing everything as a gift, even the super challenging stuff. I find that the more I embrace the hard times, the easier it is for me to grow and expand. Take care and enjoy these wild times!


  • juliemartyn's picture
    12 months ago
    "A soul does have the ability to create their own reality, but that is limited by the choices they have made for their life."

     

    I've just come across this idea from 'mastersofthespiritworld' which totally resonates with Seth's message, but I feel is not fully addressed by some current 'teachers' in our dimension (Joe Dispenza and Bruce Lipton spring to mind who, despite this, are still doing amazing work in bringing the mind/heart/body connection to the fore).  It seems to me that they bang the drum that if we all do the necessary/appropriate meditational and visualisation work, we are all capable of  manifesting everything we desire in this life, be it perfect health or abundant wealth.  This has the danger of leaving those of us who, despite our best efforts, have fallen short of our goals feeling that we've done something wrong or not done enough, when it's a case of our ego goals not being aligned with our life lessons.

     

    On a good day (haha), I've now come to the acceptance that my health challenges are still serving me and whilst that is the case, the best thing I can do is ask for guidance that I may understand the associated lessons and be able to move on!

     

     

  • fredburks's picture
    12 months ago

    I very much agree, Julie. Though I know that in our most expanded Self each of us is all powerful, I believe we came to Earth to learn and grow, and many souls set up limitations before incarnating that would give us the lessons we desire to do that. So many here have set limitations that are not meant to be removed. It would be great if people like Dispenza and Lipton would touch on this, too. Thanks for your thoughts, and much love to your and yours.


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esrw02 posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

  What is this website mean to you and what is it intended for . I am curious to hear responses to this question, strictly curiousity .

 

    The world loves I , Eric

  • 5 years ago

    I never meant any pain or harm to come to you from any of my posts.  I try hard to understand the world, but try even harder to remain optimistic.  That is a choice.  NOBODY is born with optimism and if they are, it is driven from them at a young age.


     


    I make that choice every day, hour, and sometimes minute.  I can't stand too much negativity.  In fact, when I get inundated with it, I feel that this one small person has to change the world NOW.  That is usually the beginning of what the doctors call my mania.


     


    Negativity is dangerous for me so I must take it in small doses.  That doesn't mean I don't want to know about the world.  It just means that if I know too much too fast, I will typically end up in a hospital.  


     


    I love your quote by your picture by the way.  Everyone I know thinks I have a huge potential to be crazy.  The doctors at the psych ward can attest to that.  I really like your last post and just wanted you to know that I have just recently read this coversation and I didn't mean to ignore your post directed at me.


     


    I love you no matter what and always will.


  • esrw02's picture
    4 years ago

     Interesting to say the least .                             


  • Eyejay's picture
    4 years ago

    I myself have come and appear to have gone many times. This is all to do with chronic depression than anything said here.


    I love the honesty here, wether good or bad, we must always be honest with ourselves.


    On my journey I have been part of several forums, all of them transform and mould themselves as contributors come and go, however what Fred and his team created here with the Transfomational lead into the forum is something not found elswhere (not that I have found anyway)


    Around the time or just before this original post, I took a serious overdose and almost left this planet for good. It was only my strong connection to my daughters and their keen senses that I survived. Looking back it was extremely selfish of me to do that, yet I know now it was very necessarily part of my journey.


    Know this one thing, I love you all deeply, as you are all just me from another perspective and you have helped me pull through all of my troubles, even though I have been silent I have been thanking each and every one of you daily


     


    Thanks again Fred for you and your teams inspiration and hardwork in setting this all up. Long may it continue Cool


  • esrw02's picture
    4 years ago

    Know this one thing, I love you all deeply, as you are all just me from another perspective and you have helped me pull through all of my troubles, even though I have been silent I have been thanking each and every one of you daily


       Powerful words ,Kudos ; thats what its all about brother . I love you too !!!!!  


           Very powerful lesson as well man!!!!


     


              Hell of an experience !!


     


            E


  • fredburks's picture
    4 years ago

    Wow, Ian! That's intense!!! Thank you so much for your willingness to share of your pain and of even getting to the point of attempting suicide. I'm so glad your daughters called you back from the other side. I invite you whenever you are feeling depressed to reach out here and allow us to support you as well. I don't want to lose you. I love you, dear brother!


    With much love, concern, and gratitude,
    Fred


  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago
    "Always remember," God had smiled, "I have sent you nothing but angels."

     

    One of the most important lessons here may be for us to learn to love each other EXACTLY AS WE ARE.

     

    Our greatest tormenters in this life may also be our greatest teachers and perhaps we should learn to be thankful for all who become part of our journey, whatever part they play.

     

    With much LOVE and GRATITUDE to everyone.

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Starmonkey posted a new Topic in Political Activism/Cover-ups:

So... Not sure where to start.

Our mainstream version of history for the last few hundred years is faulty. War isn't our natural heritage, it was beaten into us. All the wars since around 1800 have been to wipe traces of our true history from the planet. Even RIGHT NOW they are still attempting to obliterate it. NWO. Disney and McDonald's.

Tartaria. Giants. Global civilization and trade. California island and mud floods. 1000 years added to an already "trumped up" Roman calendar.

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nickmiller73 posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

So, I have been seeing something in the sky lately and can't find anything about it on the internet or from anyone I talk to.  Actually, I haven't brought it up to many people and the ones I do think I'm crazy.  So here goes...

 

At night I've been spending a lot of time with the stars lately and they have been flashing at me.  I don't know how to word it, but there have been kind of flashes like from a camera almost happening several times a night coming from the sky.

 

  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    Hey Nick - sorry, no idea what this might be - another of life's many mysteries! Perhaps some things are just there for the enjoyment!


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Please could you stay awhile to share my grief

    For its such a lovely day

    To have to always feel this way

    And the time that I will suffer less

    Is when I never have to wake

    Wandering stars, for whom it is reserved

    The blackness of darkness forever

    Wandering stars, for whom it is reserved

    The blackness of darkness forever

    Those who have seen the needles eye, now tread

    Like a husk, from which all that was, now has fled

    And the masks, that the monsters wear

    To feed, upon their prey

    Wandering stars, for whom it is reserved

    The blackness of darkness forever

    Wandering stars, for whom it is reserved

    The blackness of darkness forever

    doubled up inside

    Take awhile to shed my grief

    (Always) doubled up inside

    Taunted, cruel...

    Wandering stars, for whom it is reserved

    The blackness of darkness forever

    Wandering stars, for whom it is reserved

    The blackness of darkness forever


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    I was born under a wandrin' star

    I was born under a wandrin' star

    Wheels are made for rollin'

    Mules are made to pack

    I've never seen a sight that didn't look better looking back

    I was born under a wandrin' star

    Mud can make you prisoner, and the plains can bake you dry

    Snow can burn your eyes, but only people make you cry

    Home is made for comin' from, for dreams of goin' to

    Which with any luck will never come true

    I was born under a wandrin' star

    I was born under a wandrin' star

    Do I know where hell is?

    Hell is in hello

    Heaven is goodbye for ever, it's time for me to go

    I was born under a wandrin' star

    A wandrin' wandrin' star

    When I get to heaven tie me to a tree

    Or I'll begin to roam, and soon you know where I will be

    I was born under a wandrin' star

    A wandrin' wandrin' star


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Wandering Star by Portishead.

    Wanderin' Star by some other guys and sang by Lee Marvin in Paint Your Wagon


  • 1 year ago

    Thanks for the reply guys. I think it is something to enjoy, not explain. Thanks.


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juliemartyn posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

Anxiety and worry seem to be ongoing challenges for most of us to varying degrees in our daily lives so I just thought I'd post some stuff that helps me when I'm coming unstuck ...

  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Yep. Nature and young children. Family pets. Go Alpha to Theta.

    Leave Beta up to the spin doctors and ad execs.

    The Soul does the Work.

    Breathing With All.


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juliemartyn posted a new Topic in Personal/Spiritual Growth:

My life being quite chaotic at the moment, this article spoke to some of the issues which are currently whirling about me - amongst other things, the challenge of compassion and the way of making a difference by dealing with the small things at hand ....

http://www.dailygood.org/story/2321/the-work-of-love-is-to-l...

  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Good article. More coming around to join the FAMILY in every aspect of life. Every nook and cranny. Definitely time to hold one another and the planet.


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Your buddy Jane Roberts is mentioned near the end of Only Planet of Choice.

    Information through the Nine seems similar to Ra and the Law of One...

    Both sources state "the opposition" or "others" try to taint the more positive among us with DOOM and GLOOM visions or outlook if they can't corrupt us in desire for power and control. Best not to give in to that trap.

    Birth pains, people! Birth pains! Breathe! Breathe!


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nickmiller73 posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

I am so sick of what is going on in this world right now and not being able to help.  I consider myself an eternal optimist, but this is getting ridiculous.  I used to think it was a small percentage of people that were harming this Earth.  

I'm starting to believe that there are more people out there with bad intentions than I imagined.  Maybe this is part of the awakening process?  Maybe this all needs to happen in order for us to realize how screwed up we all are?

  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Here's a little somethin, as well
    https://youtu.be/iB4MS1hsWXU


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Didn't watch this whole thing. Got the essence. Stuttery speaking...

    But, he mentions (100 or 12 monkeys) only a certain number or percentage of US need to go through the transformation to bring the rest along. Thank goodness! Cause if we were ACTUALLY dependent on the majority, well...

    Hell in a FLAMING handbasket for sure!
    https://youtu.be/Ccle0QvH-Ds


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Ssshhh!

    P.s. it's INTEGRATION.

    Masculine/feminine, left/right, front/back, past/future, life/death...

    Nothing MAJOR. Just balancing polarities is all.
    https://youtu.be/RixHMMTM0dQ


  • 1 year ago

    I'm going to SE Asia next. I have been to many, but would like to see more. I am going to start in Vietnam and make my way to India. I am hoping I can find a monastery to study at for a few months along the way. I am only going to stay if one feels right though.


    Thanks for the info.


  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    I'd never heard of David Brooks until I watched this TED talk - such a lot of sense and truth in there - I found it unexpectedly quite moving. Another reminder about listening to our hearts, realising what's important in life (getting perspective) and taking some action - thanks Chris for putting the link up, and way to go, Nick, for taking some action!


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    You should hit up Tibet. Find the last Tartarians. Get some old stories that haven't been lost in time...


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juliemartyn posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

I've been away for 2 weeks with limited internet access - what's everyone else's excuse for not posting?

  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    There are hills to the east of us toward Gunnison that remind me of the look of the Tor at Glastonbury. Almost like one has that same meandering labyrinth to the top...

    Would like to eventually settle in some hills like that.


  • fredburks's picture
    1 year ago

    I'm away at a fun summer camp for adults until July 7th with very limited Internet time and connection. Much love to all!!!


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Behave Fred! No wet hot American summer! Unless you can pull off Paul Rudd's extended gasbagging gag...


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Rescued three kittens from tree across street. Six weeks old probably. Couple dead ones in there, so mom gone awhile. That was 7/4. They're recovering nicely! Our dog is VERY curious...


  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    Well done you! It's a big responsibility saving lives. Will you be keeping them?


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Perhaps. Maybe ONE. We're sponsoring them for adoption...

    Just feeding them and expanding their world view for now!

    Others are helping and lending support. We're putting their story out through Katmandu Paonia and their Facebook page.

    If I could now figure out how to post pictures...


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juliemartyn posted a new Topic in Personal/Spiritual Growth:

Over the last few months I’ve been having additional health challenges with vertigo – a new thing for me – not just fleeting light-headedness, but full blown can’t-walk dizziness with nausea and vomiting, lasting for hours.  Now I do realise that this isn’t the worse sort of challenge we can have, but it certainly isn’t pleasant and not something I would consciously welcome.  Until last week the timing of these episodes has been noticeably kind to me, not falling during my working days and I’ve thought how difficult it would be if I had a severe bout at work – which is exactly wha

  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Good for you! We're MORE than our physical bodies, so...

    Any time you can persevere and love others regardless of personal circumstances, you're REALLY doing the work.

    My challenges this life have been less in the physical, more mental I would say. And it's ALL emotional...

    Similar though with the allowing others to be and helping when I'm able.

    Was one of the three WingMakers keys along with gratitude and seeing or recognizing the Source in all things. They all tie together though. But that one about respecting others for where they are was the hardest for me to understand.

    Challenging in this system where we've been trained to compete against one another and compare ourselves similarly. Whack.

    Everyone has different gifts! And lessons to learn to LOVE! And, ultimately, everyone has to do their own time.

    If you can do yours with a genuine smile and know it's precious and won't be this way again, more power to you.

    There's an "old" Stone Temple Pilots song "And So I Know" with those sentiments. Especially love the refrain, "campfire girls make you feel alright"...

    Loved going to camp when I was a young lad. Magical time. Old friends and new. Good times.


  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    Thank you so much, guys, for your support and encouraging words.


    I've just had a session and a chat with my chiropractor this afternoon, and I'm feeling so much better, feeling somehow empowered in my heart and much more optimistic as well as a physical release. Perhaps this is what happens when blockages are removed and the qi or prana can flow more freely again. For me there appears to be a mystical, holistic, even spiritual aspect to vitalistic chiropractic which seems to be missing from other similar modalities - or perhaps it's just down to the individual practitioner ;-)! ALL IS WELL!


  • fredburks's picture
    1 year ago

    That's great news, Julie! I'm so glad you are feeling better. Sending you much love and support.


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    1 year ago
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    1 year ago

    Good old Gregg. It's long but worth it. Never put a video on before! Had to have the wife help me figure it out like some old man and the internet. Sounds like a contemporary version of a Hemingway novel...


  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    Thanks, Chris, for taking the trouble to sort out the link to Greg's Divine Matrix video. I've watched the first 1/2 hour or so and looks like good stuff but I'm going to have to watch this piece-meal - as you say, it is long. Talking about technical challenges, every time I try to use an emoji I get an error message when I try to post, but I have seen them used on other posts.


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fredburks posted a new Topic in WingMakers Forum:
I just recently found a most detailed article on Damanhur's time travel program. In case you are interested, check it out at: https://damanhurinsideout.wordpress.com/the-other-face-of-da... Wild stories!!! I would find it very hard to believe all of this if I hadn't been to Damanhur myself and met people who personally told me stories. Enjoy!
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    1 year ago
  • fredburks's picture
    1 year ago

    Wow, Chris! Thanks for letting me/us know about that. And yes, may Preston help to guide us from the other side. Much love to you and all!


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    I sometimes use the Synchronicity Oracle Falco created for augering...

    Looking at the art from the Temples and the selfica paintings, I notice a similarity in his script to that of the WingMakers.

    Did you pick up on that, Fred?

    Curiouser and curiouser!

    Did you experience any of the Selfica technology there? The chamber or little helmets or jewelry?

    I've always wanted to visit.

    Near Turin, right? Where "the shroud" was discovered...

    Ah, Italia. So many wonders and mysteries and KARMA. Glad Damanhur is there to balance out the Vatican.

    Somewhat.


  • fredburks's picture
    1 year ago

    I didn't really notice the similarity between Falco's script and that of the WingMakers, though the interest in time travel, Falco coming from the year 2600 in the future, and more are similar. I did do what they call "the chair" there. It's not their time travel chair, which I don't think they show visitors, but another one completely encrusted in selfica where they subject you to strobe lights, wild music and more for an amazing seven-minute ride for about $60. I definitely felt something shift in me as a result of this ride, as did my girlfriend. Very cool! Damanhur is well worth a visit if you ever make it to that part of the world Enjoy!


  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    Finally got round to clicking the link at the start of this thread and followed it through to the Damanhur web pages. Absolutely fascinating. What an amazing community which has grown up out of nothing in less than 50 years! So many life-affirming aspects to the whole thing - seems odd though that there's only about 600 permanent residents in the community (unless I've mis-read or misinterpreted this?). I've only had a quick scan through the pages, quite intrigued by the selfica - not least what a weird word and concept - I find it difficult to hold the idea in my mind! Particularly interested in the health, wellbeing and healing implications. The idea that the Selfs somehow attune themselves to the wearer brings to mind the bit in the Anastasia saga about the pieces of wood from the ringing cedar developing and moulding themselves to the wearer with constant rubbing and handling.


    How cool is that Fred, that you've actually been there and seen these things? I was attracted to the Selfica jewellery - I seem to have this thing about improving my physical health! - but I think I'll just sleep on that idea for a while. What did you think about the Selfica technology in general?


  • fredburks's picture
    1 year ago

    Hey Julie, you're not all that far from Damanhur. I highly recommend a visit sometime. I have no doubt that the selfica have healing properties. Like many things, I also suspect that the more you believe it works, the more effective it is. And yes, there are about 600 residential members in the community. They are some of the most vibrant people I've met. Enjoy!


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